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Published by 

The ASSOCIATED SI UUKN I S 

SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 
GEORGE TOW N> TEXAS 





Southwestern University has an undisputed scholastic stand- 
ing of which all are proud. It is now our purpose to try to revive 
an interest in the fast fading athletic record, which has also 
been a record in the past to which Southwestern's Alumni have 
pointed with no little amount of pride; and to preserve for the 
student body some of the pleasant memories of the past and 
present. 

We place this book before you for your approval or condemna- 
tion. If its contents have an appeal to the majority, our efforts 
will not have been in vain, and we shall be more than paid for 
our efforts. 




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ORDER OF BOOKS 

BOOK I ADMINISTRATION 

BOOK II %...,, CLASSES 

BOOK III ACTIVITIES 

BOOK IV FAVORITES 

BOOK V ORGANIZATIONS 

BOOK VI ATHLETICS 

BOOK VII SOU 'JOKER 



To one who has contributed, both by exam- 
ple and ceaseless action, so unselfishly to the 
advancement of athletics in Southwestern, one 
who is a leader in his field and inspires those 
around him with his magnanimous personality, 
and is loved and respected by the entire student 
body as a friend and gentleman, 

•JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 

we the twenty-ninth editorial staff of the Sou'- 
wester, respectfully dedicate this volume. 



MARLEY GIDDENS 

Editor-in-Chief 

Smith Mercer 
Business Manager 

Stafford Photo-Engraving Co. 

Engraver 

The Rein Company 

Printers 

R. J. Stone 

Photographer 



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ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 




WOMAN'S BUILDING 










MOOD H^LL 





SCIENCE BUILDING 




FACULTY 




KING VIVION 



B.A., M.A., B.D., D.D., LL.D. 

President 



To the Senior Class 

An institution is finally judged byits products. Southwestern 
University asks no quarter or exemption from being judged by 
this standard. The college age is the last plastic age in life. Dur- 
ing their university days, life becomes "set" in practically its 
final form, and it is really true that an institution does turn out 
a certain type more or less uniform in certain characteristics. 

Southwestern University entertains the hope that her student 
body may be Christian in the plain and real sense of that word, 
wants her students to know what has happened in the world 
and what is going on now, and have the right sort of attitude 
towards life's problems. 

While there is overproduction today in many fields, there is 
no oversupply of superior personalities. Education, after all, 
is not the training of an individual to make a better living, but 
rather the growth of personality so that the individual may 
live a larger life. 

You who are the present student body are the true South- 
western University today. Your success will be our success. 
You have become more than an individual. Our whole heritage 
has been placed in your hands as a sacred trust. May it be yours 
to bear it well and lift it even higher. Our hopes and dreams 

are all for you. 

Sincerely your friend, 

(Signed) King Vivion, 

President 




R. W. Tinsley, B.S., LL. D. 

Assistant to the President 



O. A. Ullrich, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Dean of the Faculty 




H. E. Meyer 
Dean of Music 










Laura Kuykendall, B.A., M.A. 
Dean of Women 




J. C. Godbey, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Chemistry 

O. A. Ullrich, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Education, Philosophy and Psychology 



L.J. Waggoner, B.A., M.A., B.D. 
Religious Education and History 

R. W. Tinsley, B.S., LL.D. 
Professor of Biology and Geology 



G. C. Hester, B.A., M.A. 
History and Political Science 

M. L. Williams, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Economics and Sociology 



P. P. Young, B.A., M.A. 
Associate Professor of History 

Claud Howard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of English and Philosophy 



F. C. A. Lehmberg, B.A., M.A. 
Professor of German and French 

H. L. Gray, B.A., D.D. 
Professor of Bible and Religion 

W. C. Vaden, B.A.,M.A. 
Professor of Latin, Greek and French 

A. R. Wapple, B.S., M.A. 
Mathematics and Physics 



I. J. McCook 

Business Manager 




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Ruth Morgan Ferguson, B.A., M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

R.J. Kidd, B.A. 

Education and Physical Education 

Josephine Dilis, B.M.E. 
Instructor in Music 

Laura Kuykendall, B.A., M.A. 
Director of Expression 

Anita Storrs Gaedcke 

Instructor in Violin 

Thomas Marsh, B.A., B.D. 
Speech and Dramatic Literature 

Lucy Belle Morgan, B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Spanish 

H. E. Meyer 
Professor of Music 

Sherman Lesesne, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor in Chemistry 

Helen Clay Moorman 
Instructor in Music 

Mabel Taylor Quebedeaux, B.A., M.A. 
Instructor in German, French and Physical Education 

Frances Love, B.A., M.A. 
Instructor in Latin 





Pearl Alma Neas 

Registrar; Director of Correspondence Division 




Georgia V. Bridgers 

Hostess for the Woman s Building 

Margaret McKennon 
Librarian 



Iola Bowden 
Instructor in Music 

Nancy Enid Avriett, B.A., B.L.S. 
Instructor in English 



Rita C. McClain 
Dietitian 

C. M. Edens, B.A. 
Director of Athletics 



Albert May 
Campus Manager 

Van C. Tipton, B.A., M.D. 

University Physician 



Tom Clark, B.A. 

Assistant to the Business Manager 

Lois Clark, B.A. 

Assistant to the Registrar 



Florence Campbell, B.A. 
Secretary to the President 

Agnes Erison, R.N. 

University Nurse 



R. J. KlDD 

Manager of Mood Hall 





SENIORS 




Mary Martha Black Bryan 

Major: Spanish 
President Alpha Delta Pi; Pres. Wo- 
man's Bldg. Honor Council; University 
Honor Council; Sec. Senior Class; Sec. 
Student Senate; Choir; Mask and Wig; 
Scholarship Society; Sec.-Treas. Stu- 
dents' Association. 



Marlin L. Brockette Florence 

Major: History and Political Science 
Phi Delta Theta; Vice-Pres. Students' 
Association; Mood Hall Honor Council, 
Pres. Mood Hall Honor Council; Stu- 
dent Senate; Pres. Junior Class; Pres. 
Intramural Athletic Council; Student 
Assistant Physical Ed.; 'S' Association; 
Basketball ' ty-L- ^y t,^. 



Milton Bohmfalk San Antonio 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Transfer from Blinn College; Choir; 
President Ministerial Association; In- 
ner Circle. 



Will Ford Crunk Georgetown 

Major: Violin 
Mozart Scholarship Society; S.U. Sym- 
phony Orchestra; String Trio; Co-ed 
Band. 



Mary Bond 

Major: English 
Choir. 



Ranger J. L. Davenport Jarrell 

Major: English 
Ministerial Association; Choir. 



Monroe Fairchild 

Major: Chemistry 
League Cabinet; Inner Circle; Head- 
waiter '33~'34- 



John Gibbons Georgetown 

Major: History 
Choir; Ministerial Association. 



Ruth French Dallas 

Major: Dramatic Literature 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Sec. Junior Class; 
Univ. Honor Council; Pres. Woman's 
Athletic Council; Woman's 'S' Associa- 
tion; Mask and Wig; Choir. 



Mondrick Gorzycki College Station 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Transfer from Lon Morris; Inner Circle 
Choir; Ministerial Association. 



Vela Mae Frenzel . 

Major: English 
Choir. 



Thomdale Fannie Alice Hardt Paint Rock 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Choir; Inner Circle. 





Elizabeth Howard Georgetown 

Major: English 
Delta Delta Delta; Scholarship Society; 
Sigma Tau Delta, Pres. '33-'34J Pep 
Squad; Mask and Wig; Golf Champion- 
ship '31; Choir; Editor of Magazine '33- 
'34; Woman's 'S' Association; Student 
Assistant in English. 

Ralph Huitt Beaumont 

Major: 
Pres. Students' Association; Editor of 
Megaphone; Pres. Junior Class; Pres. 
Phi Delta Theta; Pres. Mask and Wig; 
Pres. Pi Kappa Delta; Univ. Honor 
Council; Mood Hall Honor Council; 
Sigma Tau Delta; Student Senate; De- 
bater; Scholarship Society; Symphony 
Orchestra; Sou'wester Staff; Student As- 
sistant in Geology; Band; Magazine 
Staff. 



Lois Nelson Johns Georgetown 

Major: English 
Pres. Zeta Tau Alpha; Choir; Sigma 
Tau Delta; Scholarship Society; Mask 
and Wig; Student Assistant in English. 



Ruth Karbach Temple 

Major: Psychology and Philosophy 
Delta Delta Delta; Pep Squad; Mask 
and Wig; Symphony Orchestra; Senate; 
Woman's Building Honor Council; 
Megaphone Staff; Choir; Woman's Ath- 
letic Council. 



Harold Kuykendall Emhouse 

Major: Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta; Science Society. 



Robert Jackson Comanche, Okla. 

Major: History 
Mood Hall Honor Council; Football 
'3i-'33; Basketball '34; Tennis '33; 
Senate. 



Evelyn Lankford Temple 

Major: English 
Alpha Delta Pi; Megaphone Staff; Pep 
Squad. 



Alonzo Leifeste Houston 

Major: Economics 
Choir; Mood Hall Honor Council; Band ; 
Senate; Vice-Pres. Senior Class. 



Charles H. Laurence Thornton 

Major: History 
Mood Hall Honor Council; Senate; 
Football '3o-'3i-'32.-*33 . 



Loretta Leppin. . 
Major: English 
Choir. 



Pflugerville 



Harriet Lawhon Moody 

Major: Spanish 
Delta Delta Delta; Science Society; 
Scholarship Society; Spanish Club; Pan 
American Club; Megaphone Staff; Wo- 
man's Building Honor Council; Senate. 



Lucille Longino Georgetown 

Major: History 
Woman's 'S' Association; Choir; Pep 
Squad; Scholarship Society; Library As- 
sistant; Student Assistant in Education. 





Weslaco 



Peggy Lusk 

Major: English 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



Hal McComds San Juan 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Director of Band; Choir; Ministerial 
Association. 



Cutler McLean Georgetown 

Major: History and Political Science 
Debater; Pres. Pi Kappa Delta; Spanish 
Club. 



Edwin M. Mathison Texarkana 

Major: History 
Student Senate; Univ. Honor Council; 
Vice-Pres. Senior Class ; Phi Delta Theta . 



Harry D. Matthews Houston 

Major; History 
Football '32.-'33; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Dorothy May Georgetown 

Major: English 
Scholarship Society; Spanish Club; Pres. 
Woman's Athletic Association; Assist- 
ant in English; Library Assistant. 



Smith Mercer Brenham 

Major: Economics 
Kappa Sigma; Basketball '33; Tennis 
'33; Business Mgr. of '34 Sou' Wester; 
Student Assistant in Biology. 

Margaret Morris Houston 

Major: English 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Pep Squad. 

Bessie Pivoto Beaumont 

Major: Speech and Dramatic Literature 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Beauty Candidate. 

Ferrell Pledger Tyler 

Major: Bible and Religion 
Ministerial Association; Inner Circle. 



Hazel Quick Hound Rock 

Major: History 
Phi Mu; Pep Squad; Choir; Mozart 
Society; Symphony Orchestra. 

Evelyn Ransom Richmond 

Major: Latin 
Delta Delta Delta; Pep Squad. 

Bernice Scarlett Clifton 

Major: Bible 
Inner Circle. 





Sherline Schuessler Castell 

Major: Religious Education 
Choir; Scholarship Society; Woman's 
'S' Association; Pep Squad; Library As- 
sistant. 

Marion Brown Thomas Anderson 

Major: Economics 
Debate '3 1-'32_; Pres. Kappa Alpha '32.- 
'33; Football 33-'34- 

Roy Turney Italy 

Major: Chemistry 
Fish Football '31; Student Senate '33; 
Track '34. 

Paul Wallace Beaumont 

Major: Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta; Pres. Senior Class; 
Scholarship Society, Pres. '34; Science 
Society '3i-'33, Pres. '34; Univ. Honor 
Council '33, Pres. '34; Choir; Band; 
Mood Hall Honor Council '33, Vice- 
Pres. '34; Student Senate '33-34; Pres. 
Soph. Class; Tutor in Organic Chemis- 
try. 



Harvey B. Watts Valera 

Major: Bible and Religious Education 
Spanish Club '3i-'33-'34; Pres. Inner 
Circle '34; Scholarship Society; Sigma 
Tau Delta; Ministerial Association '31- 
* 3 3-' 34; Megaphone Staff '33; Magazine 
Staff '33. 



Eunice Marie Wiemers Georgetown 

Major: English 
Symphony Orchestra '3 1-'32_; Choir; 
Sec. Scholarship Society '33-'34; Libra- 
ry Assistant; Student Assistant in 



English. 



Dave Williams Marl in 

Major: History 
Phi Delta Theta; Football '3o-'3i-'32_- 
'33,Capt. '33; Pres. 'S' Association; Stu- 
dent Representative to Athletic Coun- 
cil. 




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Top row 

Annie Adams Waco 

Sara Moore Anderson Cleveland 

Earnest Armstrong Hebbronville 

Marjorie Ashe Houston 

Middle row 

Margaret Baker Beaumont 

Lelia Lee Batte Cameron 

Leroy Berkman Georgetown 

J \nice Berry Houston 

Bottom row 

Estella Brannies Fredericksburg 

Lenora Buss Donna 

Coleman Carpenter Waco 

Kathryn Cobb Laredo 



Top row 

Sam Cobb Jacksonville 

Cecile Cook Georgetown 

Joe Davis Georgetown 

Ferdinand Dawson Jacksonville 

Middle roiv 

Lillian Ellis Laredo 

Dave Engman Beaumont 

Ethel Ferguson Bryan 

Glen Fikes San Antonio 

Bottom row 

Clarence Foster Georgetown 

Milton Freuh La Vernia 

Fred Gage Georgetown 

Marley Giddens Georgetown 









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Jack Giesecke Angleton 

Charles Gillespie Bartlett 

Jack Godbey Georgetown 

Francis Nell Halley Corsicana 

Eugenia Harrell Bertram 

Middle row 

Mary Dean Harrell Bertram 

Don Hicks El Campo 

Kermit Horn Mexia 

Bernice Hurst Angleton 

Reese Jennings Kerens 

Bottom row 

Alton Jones Rusk 

Elizabeth King Houston 

Garland Lavender Hillsboro 

Wilbur Love Florence 

Mildred McKenzie Bryan 



Top row 

Howard Marlin Ballinger 

Ralph Milam San Antonio 

Oliver Newton Bertram 

Niels Nilson Galveston 

Yong Hak Park Songdo, Korea 

Middle row 

Jack Parker Kosse 

Cecil Pennington Austin 

Jessie Scott Price Paris 

Winston Proctor Beaumont 

W. A. Quebedeaux Georgetown 

Bottom row 

Clarice Raetzsch Marfa 

Roy Richardson Georgetown 

Donald Risinger Edinburg 

John Rodgers Litidale 

Lynn Ross Houston 













Top row 

Felix Secrest Georgetown 

John M. Sharpe Georgetown 

Janey Singletary Georgetown 

J . P . Snipes Bardivell 

Bill Stokes Jarrell 

Middle row 

John English Thames Kenedy 

Conn Thomas Shiro 

Emma Howard Thomas Gause 

Joseph Van Ness Belton 

Josie Alma Watters Alto 

Bottom row 

Smoot Whigham Georgetown 

James White Beaumont 

Virginia Wilkinson Bay City 

W. R. Willis Neches 

Franklin Yeager Corpus Christ i 




SOPHOMORES 




Top row 

William Ainsworth Georgetown 

Jane Moore Anderson Cleveland 

Adolph Balzen Dunlay 

Joe Barnes Belton 

Middle row 

James Bernard Georgetown 

Donnell Bishop Georgetown 

Beth Brandon Hamilton 

Agnes Brannies Fredericksburg 

Bottom roiv 

Tommie Busshart Conroe 

Roy Callaway Taylor 

Emily Castle Houston 

Lester Clark Breckenridge 



Top row 

Chauncey Critz Austin 

Louise Donham Georgetown 

Alanson Dunn Alvin 

Lucille Eanes Georgetown 

Middle row 

Will Paxton Ellis Laredo 

Doris Embry Houston 

Nolly Embry Brady 

Owen Ericson El Campo 

Bottom row 

Thomas Ferguson Georgetown 

Dixie Gates Houston 

Helena Gresham ." Centerville 

Edwin Grimes Georgetown 





Top row 

Anna Joyce Harris Luling 

Bill Harris Georgetown 

I. D. Hoke Conroe 

Anna Belle Howard San Saba 

Middle row 

Shirley Johnson Bryan 

Dorothy Kidd Cameron 

Roy Kirkpatrick . . Thomdale 

Lois Knowlton San Antonio 

Bottom row 

George Larendon Houston 

Henry Lewis Manvel 

Edward McBride Donna 

Thomas McMillan Oakwood 



Top row 

Erline McNeely Troy 

Lois May Georgetown 

Robert Lee Melberg Crystal City 

Jean Meyer Georgetown 

Middle row 

Leona Miles Georgetown 

Jimmie Ruth Nixon Sour Lake 

Charles Orr Aransas Pass 

Vern Pendleton Stephenville 

Bottom row 

Oletta Perrin San Antonio 

William Phillips Houston 

Chloe Lee Quebedeaux Georgetown 

Annie Laura Reese Gonzales 








Top row 

Mary Frances Rice Cleburne 

Melrose Robinson El Paso 

Jarrard Secrest Georgetown 

Edith Starnes Vernon 

Mary Noel Stinchcomb Longview 

Middle row 

Lowry Straddley Sanderson 

Dorothy Swenson Abilene 

Frances Temple Pineland 

Cowley Smith Covington 

Elaine Thomas Gatise 

Bottom row 

Frances Tinsley Georgetown 

Aileen Tennille Texas City 

Cody Wardlaw Del Rio 

Jim Whigham Mc Allen 

Ethel Wiemers Georgetown 



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FRESHMEN 




Top row 

La Jean Armstrong Seagraves 

Sibyl Atkinson Houston 

N. D. Barker Georgetown 

Naomi Bearden Georgetown 

Bill Bradley Brady 

Mary Elizabeth Brown Georgetown 

Second row 

Maxine Busshart Conroe 

Weldon Byrd Waco 

Lillian Campbell Seguin 

Eileen Carpenter Waco 

Billy Clemens Jarrell 

Dalziel Cobb Laredo 

Third row 

Malcolm Conoley Taylor 

Bradford Crunk Nixon 

Dorothy Davidson Georgetown 

Victor Davis Morrisville, Mo. 

Nelson Durst Art 

Billy Bob Eanes Georgetown 

Bottom roiv 

Olin Edens Georgetown 

Kathryn Ewing Navasota 

Leonard Ferguson Georgetown 

Bill Foerster Manor 

James Fowler Georgetoivn 

Frances Fox Granger 



Top row 

Walter Fredrickson Georgetown 

Beno Frnka El Campo 

Richard Gammenthaler Fredericksburg 

Howard Gillum Georgetotvn 

Helen Girvin Georgetotvn 

Almo Halamicek El Campo 

Second row 

Oscar Hamilton Richards 

Gussie Marie Heard Georgetotvn 

Byrle Hearne Seagraves 

James Hood Alvin 

Owen Hussey Denton 

Margaret Jackson Crystal City 

Third row 

Joseph Kurth Lufkin 

William Monte Loving Bay City 

Russell Lyckman Brady 

Orville McDaniels Mart 

Birney McLaughlin Georgetotvn 

Gydra Mae McRae Jonah 

Bottom row 

Durwood Manford Smiley 

Paul Mann Brady 

Betty Melden Mission 

Elsie Miersch Walburg 

Conrad Murph Goose Creek 

Virgil Morelle Georgetown 








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Top row 

Joyce Newcomer Medina 

Jesse Perry Georgetown 

Jane Phillips Houston 

Albert Pike Iredell 

Agnes Pope Corpus Christ i 

Norman Pressley El Campo 

Melvin Price Georgetown 

Second row 

Robert Purl Georgetown 

Marion Rader Angleton 

Elbert Radetzky Art 

Bertha Mae Reagor Georgetown 

Obera Richey Hamilton 

Compton Riley Hughes Springs 

Lewis Robinson McAllen 

Third row 

Cecil Rockwell Houston 

Nell Shivers Crockett 

Walton Simmons Georgetown 

Charles Smith Hondo 

Overby Smith Junction 

Fred Stewart Vernon 

John Streit Amarillo 

Ed Summers Tort Worth 

Tourth row 

Dillard Swope Killeeti 

Vernon Thames Kenedy 

Max Triplett Abbott 

Whitehead Wardlaw Del Rio 

Parker White Somerset, Ky. 

Kennie Wilcox Georgetown 

Lawrence Wilkinson Katy 

Florence Womack Corpus Christ i 





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Can these boys take it? The new members of the 'S' Association 
are finishing their training (?). No matter how hard it is to stay 
down the boys always come up smiling — real sports to the end. 



Capt. Dave Williams poses along with other members of the '33 
Pirate Squad. The Pirates found it difficult to shake a losing streak 
started at the beginning of the year. Cheer up. There is always 
another year! 





The 'S' Association takes a day on the river for a little recreation. 
No, Emma is not dodging the kodak! Jane Moore greets us with her 
usual smile. The Megaphone Editor is just taking off for parts un- 
known in his chariot. 



Two by two, no it is the girls' 'S' Association passing. At the top 
you see the winners of the university golf tournament. Also take a 
peep at the tennis champs. Tennille has just won a ball game and 
as a result gets the required number of points for a sweater. 





Harriet must be looking for that man! Estella tries to make her 
exit. Could it be Joe or the kodak? At the bottom we see Billy Phil- 
lips as is and as wuzz when he first took up his favorite sport. 



The yell-leaders in action! Also some athletic aspirants who are 
to carry on the social activities for coach. We could not overlook 
the musical 'quart' which is noted for its activities at about mid- 
night. Oh yes! Huitt, the mighty. 





Tennille seems to be all wrapped up in something. You know 
there is foolishness going on if Harriet is around. Just look at the 
characteristic poses of these boys, even the editor can be undignified! 
Be careful Joe. 



Skinny must be the most popular fellow on the campus. We won- 
der what Paul is frowning about, he is not "funny that way" so 
what could it be? The boys have just gone in for their dates. Ruth 
is in a sympathetic mood today. 





Elizabeth and Marjorie are happy about something. Say, Tommy, 
don't be selfish. Poor Jarrard, Rockwell has a good start on his way 
to an education. Can you guess what has attracted Don's attention? 



Lelia is fussing at me as usual. Fikes is a go at "things" off the 
athletic field as well as on. Do you recognize her? And here is the 
clean-up man, no he does not play baseball. It is just Ernest. 





Tommy at it again. Be careful, Horn, you are trespassing. Those 
lovable "bosses" of the Woman's Building were caught at a busy 
moment. Cody seems to be contented for very obvious reasons. 



At last we have caught Smith and Sara Moore apart! Take a look 
at the Library Tower; it looks nice on the inside too. Pivito is hav- 
ing trouble. Conn is still nursing a broken thumb from the Daniel 
Baker game. 





Jimmie Ruth looks better in this position. "Miss Kibitzer" and 
company. "Doc" Godbey is getting ready for a feed. The freshman 
Mascot is seen leading his dad about over the picnic grounds. 



Halley and Hoss are up to something. Nell has won a place for 

herself on the campus with her friendly smile. Lenora is entering 

her protest against my presence. Lillian and Kathrine are taking 
part in the ball game. 





Sibyl insists upon posing for a picture! Prof. Waggoner is trying 
to dodge the camera. Jack and Horn are fixing the stage (?) for one 
of Jack's senseless skits. Cody has finally succeeded in fooling Ten- 
nille. 



"Cab" didn't let a bad leg keep him away from the University 
picnic. We can hardly forget the barbecued steaks prepared by Bob. 
Thanks to him and Earnest for the delicious meat on the picnic. 
Three "aces" in bottom center! 





Hell-Week * * * * Nuf Sed. 

TheTri Delts and Sigs have a funny way of doing things together! 




FAVORITES 



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FRANCES NELL HALLEY 
Miss Sou' western 




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MARY MARTHA BLACK 

Most Popular Girl 



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AILEEN TENNILLE 
Campus Beauty 





FRANCES TINSLEY 

Campus Beauty 




MARY NOEL STINCHCOMB 

Campus Beauty 




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Brockette 



THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 

The Students' Association of Southwestern University includes 
every regularly registered student in residence at the institution. 

The officers are elected on the second Tuesday in May to serve for 
the following school year. The publication officers are elected in the 
first week in February. 



OFFICERS OF THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION 

Ralph Huitt President 

Mary Martha Black Secretary 

Marlin Brockette Vice-President 



THE STUDENT SENATE 

The Student Senate is elected as soon as the classes are organized 
and serves as the ruling body of the students, helping to solve their 
problems. 

This body has functioned smoothly under the capable leadership of 
Ralph Huitt, president of the Students' Association. 

Provisions are made for its functions and authority in the constitu- 
tion of the Students' Association. 



Top row: Karbach, Williams, Turney, Brockette, Wallace, Armstrong, Anderson 

Middle roiv: White, Thames, Temple, Tinsley, Dunn, Hussey, Mann 

Bottom row: Buss, Van Ness, Mathison, Anderson, Jackson, Lawhon, Leifeste, 
Nilson 





Top row: Wallace, Buss, Giddens, Black, Brockette 
Bottom row: Mathison, Van Ness, Anderson, Secrest 



UNIVERSITY HONOR COUNCIL 



The Honor Council is composed of four Seniors, three Juniors, and 
two Sophomores elected by the respective classes. It has jurisdiction 
over the students while they are outside the dormitories. 

This body serves as a board of judgment in the case of any student 
who fails to obey the rules and regulations of the Honor System. 

The purpose of the Honor Council is to direct rather than demand, 
to protect rather than prosecute, and to develop rather than destroy. 



WOMAN'S BUILDING HONOR COUNCIL 

The Woman's Building Honor Council, composed of ten girls se- 
lected from the three upper classes by popular vote of the girls living 
in the dormitory, is the governing body of the girls. It has the power 
to handle all problems confronting the girls that live in the Woman's 
Building. 

Miss Mary Martha Black served as president the past year. 



Top row: Black, Ewing, Lawhon, Karbach, Ashe 

Bottom row: Perrin, Ferguson, Anderson, Batte, French 






Top row: Brockette, Wallace, Huitt, Leifeste 

Bottotn row: Van Ness, Laurence, Jackson, Niels Nilson 



MOOD HALL HONOR COUNCIL 



The Mood Hall Honor Council is the official body through which 
the boys of the Hall are governed. The members are elected annually. 
On occasions the members of the happy family are deprived of their 
peace and order but as a rule everything winds up with everyone in a 
good humor. 

Marlin Brockette served as president this year and has succeeded in 
carrying out his duties to the highest degree of efficiency. 



SOUTHWESTERN SCIENCE SOCIETY 

The Science Society is an organization which is composed of stu- 
dents majoring in science who have an average of eighty-five, counting 
the science twice. Under the direction of President Paul Wallace, the 
society has had regular meetings at which many interesting programs 
were given. 

It is the purpose of the society to take upon itself the work of pro- 
moting interest in, knowledge, and appreciation of science and its 
activity. 



First row: Wallace, Pres., Kuykendall, Lawhon, Giddens, Godbey, Jr. 
Second row: Lesesne, Sharpe, Davis, Richardson, Rodgers, McMillan 
Third row: Ferguson, Melberg, Quebedeaux, Erekson, Edens, Clark 
Fourth row: Tinsley, Ullrich, Tipton, Wapple, Bruton, Keith 



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Top row: Wallace, Wiemers, Howard, Black, Lawhon 
Second row: Johns, Longino, May, Schuessler, Watts 
Bottom row: Huitt, Risinger, Quebedeaux, Van Ness, Nilson 



SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY 



The Southwestern Scholarship Society is the mother chapter of the 
Scholarship Societies of the South. 

Any student in the ranking ten per cent of the Junior or Senior Class- 
es is eligible for membership upon the approval of the faculty and of 
the society. 

The Scholarship Society aims to promote, stimulate, and recognize 
scholarship and at some time during the year presents a speaker on 
some phase of scholarship. 



THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

The Ministerial Association is comprised of those students who are 
enrolled in the Ministerial school or who are preparing to engage in 
the field of religious work. 

The association has regular meetings, at which devotionals are con- 
ducted and talks are made, either by members of the association or 
by someone invited to speak. 



Top row: Bohmfalk, Pres., Watts, Gorzycki, Davenport, Pledger, McCombs 
Second row: Gibbons, Frueh, Jones, Milam, Benard, Willis 
Third row: Lavender, Park, Risinger, Meisner, Snipes, Louis 
Fourth row: Bowden, Triplett, Dawson, Hussey, Riley, Summers 





Top row: Morgan, McKinnon, Robinson, Huitt, Perrin, Black, Emory, Temple 
Second row: Gresham, Berry, Ferguson, Cobb, Price, Meldon, Gillum, Shivers 
Third row: Pope, Melberg, Hood, Carpenter, Richey, Kurth, Fox, Cobb 
Bottom row: Ellis, McKenzie, Knowlton, Lavender, Thomas, Kidd, Nixon, Turner 



PAN AMERICAN FORUM 



The Pan American Forum is composed of those students who are 
interested in Spanish and who want to increase their knowledge of the 
language by meeting in a group and having the programs carried on in 
Spanish. 

During the spring the club sent delegates to Dallas to the convention 
of the Spanish Organizations in the various schools. 



INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS 

With but one new member on the debating team, Southwestern 
should go far in the race. Several trips have been arranged and much 
is expected of our orators. The season is just getting under way at 
present. 



Huitt 



McLean 



Secrest 



White 





PUBLICATIONS 
sou'wester 

Marley Giddens Editor-in-Chief (Business Manager-elect) 

Smith Mercer Business Manager {Editor-elect) 

the magazine 
Elizabeth Howard Editor-in-Chief 

THE MEGAPHONE 

Kermit Horn Editor-in-Chief 

Jarrard Secrest Editor-elect 

James White Business Manager 

Dave Engman Business Manager-elect 



UNIVERSITY CHOIR 

The Choir has made several trips through the northern section of 
the state. The Southwestern University Choir has traveled all over 
Central Texas and is rated with the best in the State. This rating is due 
to hard work and the capable leadership of Dean Meyer and Miss Dilts. 
The Chorus puts on a concert each year at the Music Conference. 



Top row: Davis, Adams, Meyer, Director, Dilts, Assistant Director, Marlin 

Second row: Lavender, Leifeste, Bohmfalk, Leppin, French, Bowden, Bowden, 
Jones 

Third row: Gorzycki, Frueh, Karbach, Wiemers, Avriett, Neas, Wiemers, Gilles- 
pie, Ellis 

Bottom row: Black, Anderson, Batte, Buss, Quick, Bond, E. Brannies, A. Brannies, 
Longino, Rice 





SORORITIES 

and 

FRATERNITIES 




Top row: Black, Emma Thomas, Ferguson, Johnson 
Bottom row: Langford, Lusk, McKenzie, Eliane Thomas 



ALPHA DELTA PI 
Founded, 185 1, Macon, Georgia 
Colors: Blue and White 



Flower: Violet 



SORORES IN URBE 



Mrs. Roy Richardson 
Mrs. Emmett Cook 
Mrs. Henry Price 
Mrs. Etah Flanagan 
Mrs. M. T. Quebedeaux 
Mrs. C. H. Harris 
Mrs. W. P. Hoffman 



Mrs. Walter Young 
Mrs. C. S. Sanders 
Miss Agnes Wilcox 
Miss Molly Davis 
Miss Jonnie Wright 
Mrs. Milton Lindell 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Mary Martha Black Peggy Lusk 

Mildred McKenzie Shirley Johnson 

Emma Howard Thomas Helena Gresham 

Eliane Thomas Evelyn Lankford 

Ethel Ferguson Jessie Scott Price 



Mrs. I. J. McCook 
Mrs. W. L. Price 
Mrs. Conn Foster 



ALPHA DELTA PI 

Patronesses 



Mrs. Rita C. McClain 
Mrs. Harry Dolan 
Mrs. Dor W. Brown 



Pledges 

Mary Elizabeth Brown 
Agnes Brannies 
Stella Brannies 
Anna Joyce Harris 
Anna Belle Howard 
Rachel Hahn 



Top row: Gresham, Agnes Brannies, Brown, Howard 
Bottom row: Harris, Price, Estella Brannies, Hahn 






Top row: Johns, Pivito, French, Ashe, Berry 

Bottom row: Eanes, Tinsley, Stinchcomb, Embry, Morris 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Founded, 1898, Farmville, Virginia 
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray Flower: White Violet 



Patronesses 



Mrs. F. E. Buchholz 
Mrs. C. S. Griffith 
Mrs. R. A. Nichols 
Mrs. E. G. Gillett 
Mrs. W. J. Davis 
Mrs. R. W. Tinsley 



Mrs. W. H. Moses 
Mrs. G. W. Johns 
Mrs. D. W. Wilcox 
Mrs. W. J. Burcham 
Mrs. R. J. Stone 
Mrs. E. H. Eanes 



SORORES IN URBE 

Mrs. Lawrence Starnes 
Miss Tula Lee Stone 
Miss Frances Stone 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 
Lambda Installed, 1906 

SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Lois Johns 
Bessie Pivito 
Ruth French 
Marjorie Ashe 
Janice Berry 
Lucille Eanes 
Frances Tinsley 
Mary Noel Stinchcomb 
Doris Embry 



Pledges 

Betty Meldon 
Lucille Coulter 



Margaret Morris 
Annie Laurie Reese 
Jimmie Ruth Nixon 
Emily Castle 
Elizabeth King 
Jane Phillips 
Kathryn Ewing 
Esther Turner 
Erline McNeely 



Top row: Reese, Nixon, Castle, King, Phillips 
Bottom row: Ewing, Turner, McNeely, Meldon 





Top row: Anderson, Batte, Tenille, Lawhon, Raetzsch, Howard 

Bottom row: Ransom, Rice, Jane M. Anderson, Wilkinson, Temple, Swenson 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 

Founded, 1888, Boston, Mass. 
Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue 

TRI DELTA ALLIANCE 
Mrs. F. C. Smith 
Mrs. R. L. Logan 
Mrs. Sam Stone 
Mrs. J. P. Atkin 
Mrs. C. O. Beaver 

SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Flower: Pansy 



Sara Moore Anderson 
Frances Nell Halley 
Lelia Lee Batte 
Evelyn Ransom 
Harriet Lawhon 
Dorothy Swenson 
Frances Temple 
Clarice Raetzsch 



Virginia Wilkinson 
Jane Moore Anderson 
Elizabeth Howard 

AlLEEN TENNILLE 

Frances Mary Rice 
Lenora Buss 
Dixie Gates 
Ruth Karbach 



Nell Shivers 

Agnes Pope 

Margaret Jackson 

Henriem Hefley 

Frances Fox 

La Jean Armstrong 

Sibyl Atkinson 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 
Theta Epsilon Installed 191 1 

SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Miss Laura Kuykendall 

Pledges 

Lillian Campbell 
Dorothy Davidson 
Virginia Talbott 



Top row: Buss, Gates, Halley, Karbach, Pope, Shivers, Hefley 
Bottom row: Jackson, Campbell, Fox, Armstrong, Atkinson, Davidson 





Top row: Orr, Critz, Wardlaw, Kirkpatrick, Mercer 
Middle row: Purl, Wardlaw, W., Streit, Rockwell, Kurth 
Bottom row: Bradely, Stewart, Loving, Price, Hearne 

KAPPA SIGMA 

Founded 1869, University of Virginia 

Iota Installed 1886 

Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White Flower: Lily of the Valley 

FRATRES IN URBE 
S. A. Hodges C. H. Harris 

M. F. Smith F. C. Smith 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 



Charles Orr 
Smith Mercer 
Cody Wardlaw 
Roy Kirkpatrick 
Chauncey Critz 



John Streit 
Cecil Rockwell 



Fledges 
Byrle Hearne 
Armpy Davis 



Fred Stuart 
Joe Kurth 
Melvin Price 
Billy Davis 
Monte Loving 

Whitehead Wardlaw 
Robert Purl 



KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded 1865, Washington and Lee University 

Xi Installed 1883 

Colors: Crimson and Gold Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose 



I. J. McCook 
W. R. Mood 



FRATRES IN URBE 

I.J. McCook, Alumnus Advisor 
R. W. Tinsley, Vacuity Advisor 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Franklin Yeager Lester Clark Marion B. Thomas 

Lenard Ferguson Thomas Ferguson Lewis Robinson 

Alanson B. Dunn Joseph Van Ness 



Charles Smith 
Sam Cobb 
Howard Gillum 
Owen Hussey 



Pledges 
Parker White J ack Morris 

Edwin M. Grimes, III Ferdinand Dawson 
Paul Mann Lowery Stradley 

Oscar Hamilton 



Top row: Thomas, Yeager, T. Ferguson, Dunn, Clark, Van Ness 
Middle row: Stradley, Mann, Robinson, Smith, Gillum, Cobb 
Bottom row: L. Ferguson, White, Dawson, Hussey, Hamilton 




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Top row: Ralph Huitt, Dave Williams, Ed. Mathison, Harold Kuykendall 
Middle row: Armstrong, Richardson, White, Secrest, Proctor 
Bottom row: Brockette, Simmons, Pike, F. Secrest, Willis 



PHI DELTA THETA 

Founded 1848, Miami University 
Texas Gamma Installed 1886 



Colors: Ardent and Azure 



Flower: White Carnation 



Fratres In Urbe 



D. W. Wilcox 
Sam Stone 
D. K. Wilcox 



R. L. Logan 
Walter Young 



Fratres In Facilitate 

King Vivion H. L. Gray 

W. C. Vaden L. J. Waggoner 

P. P. Young 



Ralph Huitt 
Roy Richardson 
Billy Phillips 
James Fowler 
Billy Bob Eanes 
Earnest Armstrong 



fratres in universitate 

Winston Proctor 
James White 
Jarrard Secrest 
Dave Williams 
Virgil Morelle 
Harold Kuykendall 



Glen Fikes 
William Stokes 
Gayle Crawford 
George Larendon 
Marlin Brockette 
Jim Whigham 
Bradford Crunk 
Edward McBride 
Ed. Mathison 
Paul Wallace 



Pledg 



es 



William Ainsworth 
Felix Secrest 
Albert Pike 
Walter Simmons 
Thomas McMillan 
Don Hicks 
Russell Moore 
Billy Clemons 
Lynn Ross 
M. Conoly 



Top row: Fikes, McMillan, Stokes, Phillips, Jim Whigham 

Middle row: Ainsworth, Hicks, Fowler, Crunk, Eanes 

Bottom row: Morelle, McBride, Crawford, Clemons, Larendon 






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FOOTBALL 




CM. Edens, Coach 



The Pirate Season was characterized by 
heartbreaking losses. The Pirates started the 
season with bright prospects for a good season 
but in the second game the jinx, which they 
could not shake but one time during the entire 
season, namely, not being able to cross the goal 
line of their opponents. 

Simmons, Howard Payne, and McMurray 
are teams in the conference who were roundly 
outplayed by the Pirates for the major portion 
of the game. The fans will long remember the 
thrills of the McMurray game which the visi- 
tors carried off with a 13-16 margin. 

The Pirates offer no alibi for the past season. 
They were in there all the time, giving their 
all; the scores of the games show this. The 
breaks of the game were just against them. 

Let's turn our attention to the coming season 
and a better team for 1934! The Pirates lose 
four men this year. It will be hard to fill their 
places next year in September, but with some 
likely looking freshmen coming up and a host 
of reserves from this year they are going to be 
after the pennant. 



THE PIRATE SQUAD 




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Williams, Captain 
Four Year Letterman 

Glen Fikes 

Student Representative to 

the Athletic Council 




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In the Turkey Day Classic the Pirates proved they were a formidable 
machine by whipping the second place Yellow Jackets all over the 
field. The Pirates rolled up thirteen first downs against the Jackets' 
six. Below Jennings, Pirate powerhouse, drives though the Jacket 
line for the Pirates' lone tally. 




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Barnes, Fullback 
One year letterman 

Horn, Guard 

Two year letterman 



Jackson, Quarterback 
Two year letterman 

Fikes, Quarterback 
Two year letterman 




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Laurence, Guard 
Four year letterman 







Ross, Tackle 
Three year letterman 



Newton, Halfback 
Two year letterman 



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Rodgers, Guard 
One year letterman 





Giddens, Tackle 
Two year letterman 



Keen, End 
One year letterman 



Wardlaw, End 
One year letterman 



Secrest, Tackle 
Squad 



Mathews, End 
Two year letterman 

Jennings, Fullback 
Two year letterman 



Erekson, Tackle 
One year letterman 

Godbey, Center 
Two year letterman 





Busshart, Halfback 
Squad 

Thomas, Center 
Two year letterman 



Bishop, Guard 
Squad 

Engman, Quarterback 
Squad 



Endicott, Tackle 
Squad 



Giesecke, Halfback 
Three year letterman 



Thomas, Halfback 
Two year letterman 



Proctor, Halfback 
Squad 




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"S" ASSOCIATION 

The "S" Association is composed of those men who 
have won their letter in one of the major sports on the 
campus. It is exclusively for the athletes. Its purpose is 
to develop the physical side of the boys and to promote 
sportsmanship. 




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PEP SQUAD 

Though the Pirate Pep was inclined to lag at the first 
of the season, the yell leaders, James and Junior, got 
busy and revived it during the last of the season and dur- 
ing the basketball season. 

The athletes extend their vote of thanks to this loyal 
group of students and we hope they will keep up the 
good work in the future. 









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Newton, Forward Giesecke, Forward Giddens, Center Fikes, Guard Barnes, Guard 

Three year letterman Two year letterman Two year letterman Two year letterman One year letterman 



Don Legg 

Freshman Basketball Coach 





C. M. "Lefty" Edens 

Varsity Basketball Coach 



Brockette, Forward Wardlaw, Guard Mathews, Forward Jackson, Forward 
Two year letterman Squad Squad One year letterman 



Rodgers, Guard 
Squad 





SOU'JOKER 



TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 



Students of Southwestern 

Greetings: 

Be it hereby known that I, Marley Giddens, being of 
sound mind and body, of my own free will and accord 
do hereby vouch, state, and declare, in the presence of 
the sainted remains of a five-cent hamburger that I am 
not the author of "The Sou'Joker," nor have I had any 
part in compiling it. 

I take this method of satisfying those who may feel 
violent toward the author after they have read the con- 
tents. 

Hereon I do set my hand this first day of April, and 
swear it to be true, so help me Bob Gaines. 

Signed : 

Marley Giddens 



SOU 'JOKER 

Published annually by the 

Stewdents of Southwestern University. 

Established recently Eighty-seventh year 

The Staff 
"S" Association Editor-in-Chief 

Freshman Class Business Manager 

"Rags" Mathews Circulation Manager 

Dr. Howard Proof Reader 

Bessie Margaret Pivito Dirt Editor 

Harriet Lawhon Advice to Lovelorn 

Professor Kidd Printers Devil 

Luther Waggoner Faculty Advisor 

Reporters 
Dave Engman, Bob Gaines, Yong Hak Park, Kermit 

Horn, Jimmie Ruth Nixon, Coach Edens, 

and "Skinny" 



This issue of the 1934 Sou'jokcr is 
affectionately dedicated 

To those versatile, hard-lighting Pirate 

athletes who at least emerge from 

every athletic contest with a 

MORAL VICTORY. 



KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded: Motto: 

By four drunken hodcarriers in "To keep physically clean, men- 
the rear of a country saloon. tally awake, and morally 

straight." 



Meaning: Pastime: 

Kinda Asinine Chasing the Sigs. 



This gracious and benevolent order (according to its members) was 
founded in Virginia immediately following the Civil War, when every- 
one was despondent and didn't give a so and so anyway. This attitude 
has been carried out faithfully by the local boys. 

"Bushman" Yeagher is the chapter's only claim to fame, if we leave 
out "High Schooler" Dunn. Cobb is noted for his quiet way with the 
ladies and Lester Clark has become the last of the former long list of 
athletes. The chapter used to be all athletes, then all students, and now 
it's neither — just common human driftwood. 



PHI DELTA THETA 

Founded: Motto: 

By mistake in a hick cemetery. Quality — not quantity. 



Meaning: 

Poor Dumb Tissles. 



Pastime: 

Politicking. 



Passivord: Rating: 

A loud "burp" and a long Unknown, 

horse snort. 



Modesty is the distinguishing mark of this bunch of rowdies. When 
asked what fraternity they belong to, the reply can scarcely be heard 
six miles away. "Baldy" Huitt is their pride and joy and they boast 
such ill-smelling tough-birds as Barton Davis and Jimmie White. 

The boys are often seen talking to themselves, although "Hal" has 
nothing to do with it — we hope. 

They have at least hit upon a novel pledging method. Hearing of 
some Freshman who is woefully ill in a nearby watering hole they 
rent several buses, journey to the burg, and hang a pledge pin on while 
he is too weak to resist. 



KAPPA SIGMA 



Founded: 

When half a million wanted to 
try being exclusive. 



Motto: 

Heroes are born, not made. 



Meaning: 

Kind of Self-centered. 



Pastime: 

Visitingthe Woman's Building. 



If it had not been for the younger generations of former members 
coming up this year, the membership of dear old Iota would have been 
sadly depleted. Cody Wardlaw brought his poor brother along to help 
the chapter, a younger Kurth follows in the footsteps of brer Joe, and 
another Price comes to fill the shoes of Louis. 

"Doc" Mercer and Cody Wardlaw have carried on the social duties 
of the chapter admirably this year, while the younger brothers looked 
on with awe and wonder. 

If you like to mix with a cosmopolitan crowd drop over some eve- 
ning for soup; be sure and wear your oldest clothes and hob-nail boots 
just like one of the gang. 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Founded: Motto: 

By a trio of Indian squaws look- Where there's a will there's a 

ing for arrow heads. way. 



Meaning: 

Don't Do Dat. 



Pastime: 



Dating everyone. 



A group of carelessly chosen girls possessing no national rating 
worth mentioning and seldom heard of except in bum jokes and Mood 
Hall bull sessions. The membership list has grown so that it takes all 
the eligible men and half a dozen high school boys to date the chapter. 

This group has, however, put the skids under their pals, the Zetas, 
in so far as the Kappa Sigs are concerned. Already three Tri Delta gals 
are boasting Sig pins. Not a bad year's work for these hustlers. 

"Fatty'' Lawhon has kept the bunch in a good humor all year with 
her dumb cracks. Who'll do it next year? 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



Founded: 

As an auxiliary for the Y.M. 
C.A., Girls' Friendly Society 
and the Odd Fellows. 



Pastime: 

Giving Midnight feasts in the 
"Y" Hall. 



Meaning: 

Awfully Dumb Promises. 



Motto: 

Let's All be true blue. 



Rumor has it that this group organization was founded in Bryan 
many, many years ago. Whether that be true or not the local chapter 
still seems to cling to traditions in Bryan. They boast lots of beauty, 
but are handicapped in their politics. 

Mary Martha Black seems to be the leading light of the crowd and 
Emma Howard Thomas keeps the dating average from falling below 
par by clinging to "Miss Kibitizer." 

All the sisters were pledged in the beginning to get into some activ- 
ity, but when they found it was futile to try, they established a sewing 
circle forcing everyone to attend every Saturday night. 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



Founded: 

As a training school for artist 
models, sardine packers, and 
snooty cashiers. 



Motto: 

Beauty is only skin deep. 



Meaning: 

Undiscovered. 



Pastime: 

Telling about the many dates 
they used to refuse back in the 
good old days. 



We have heard rumors that there really is a sorority by this name in 
the Florida Everglades. May we suggest that the girls hop a cattle 
train and go down and investigate — maybe they'd find some of their 
own species. 

Pivito seems to hold her own this year by chasing around with the 
younger Sig pledges. With a little aid, she might help the chapter win 
back that lost influence from the Tri Delts. 

If they can persuade several first year initiates to return next year, 
the chapter should have a really successful time. 



HOW TO GET A PROF TO LET A CLASS OUT EARLY 



i. Set off an alarm clock you have in your pocket — at the same time 
gathering your books together, putting on your hat and lighting a 
cigarette. Prof will then think the bell has rung. 

z. Stare fixedly at the professor and suppress a giggle every few- 
minutes. This will disconcert the professor so much that he will dis- 
miss the class to see if his tie is on straight. 

3. Every time the professor makes a statement retort, "That's a 
dirty lie." He will soon see that you know more than he does and re- 
tire in shame, urging you to take his place. You will know better than 
to do this. 

4. Steal his false teeth or his notes. 

5. Appear to be interested. Prof will faint. 

6. Set fire to the building. 

7. Give him one of those little chocolate tablets. 

8. Kill him. In case you are chicken hearted, kill yourself. This will 
do as well. 



SENIOR AVOCATIONS 



Ralph Huitt — Brain-Trust of the present Administration. 

Ruth French — Advisor and counsellor for anyone that will listen. 

"See" Herman Murph — Would be Chairman and Spokesman of the 
Privy Council. 

Ed Mathison — This year's sponsor of the Music Vocal Interpretation 
Movement. 

Bessie M. Pivito — The axe Maestro. 

Elizabeth Hoivard — Her "Daddy's" daughter. 

Red Laurence — Scholar of campus Math (a study of figures and 
curves). 

Ruth Karbach — The "Bill" collector. 

Smith Mercer — Retained Chauffer. 

Marl in Brockette — Capt. Kidd's "yes-man." 

Harriet Laivhon — Academic profiteer. 

Mary Bond — Question and Answer Bureau. 

The Reverend J . C. Davenport — The Poor Parson. 

Paul Wallace — That "cute" boy. 

Mary Martha Black — The Secretarial Genius. 



THINGS WE COULD DO WITHOUT 



Moral Victories 

Jack Giesecke's Puns 

Huitt's attempts to be a ladies' man 

"Hoss" Ross becoming so good 

Elizabeth Howard's — Just because 

Mr. Kidd's easy classes 

Yeager's love for publicity 

"Mouse" Brockette 

Girls who use scarlet nail polish 

Spruce Keen's "haw haws" 

Cowley Smith ? 

"Red" Laurence's weekend trips 

Harriet Lawhon's talk 

Harriet Lawhon 

The Kappa Sigma 's high school pledges 

Dave Engman's double-profileness 

All Phis 

People who have B. O. and don't know it 

People who have B. O. 

B. O. 

Billy Phillips concern for the freshmen 

Smith and Sara Moore 

Mary Martha's unknown "beau" 

Frances Temple's happy face 

Kappa Alphas 

"Fatty" Tinsley 

The moral speeches of Ruth French 

The good naturedness of Pivito (?) 

The people who cut out the SOU'JOKER before going home 

Jimmy White's slouchiness 

Marley's trips to Laredo 

All editors who have policies 




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SEPTEMBER 

Freshmen days. During which time old students drift back, look 
over the new Frosh, and hope for the best 

OCTOBER 
Pirates win another MORAL VICTORY 
Dr. Vivion speaks 

NOVEMBER 
Harriet gets that way over Fikes 

DECEMBER 
Santa Claus brings "Rags" a radio for his car 

JANUARY 
The Reading Room gains in favor as cold weather approaches 
Sara Moore gives in! 

FEBRUARY 

Freshmen lend color to basketball game in effort to put up their 
flag in the gym 

Ferguson and Phillips elected yell-leaders 

MARCH 

Cody pins Tennille and thus another Sig enters the Tri Delta 
corral 

APRIL 
Everyone loafs after midterm exams 
Classes enjoy picnics 

MAY 

Seniors get degrees — another host is added to the army of the un- 
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